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Noble Sissle and his Sizzling Syncopators
Records on the Regal label were released as Leonard Graham and his Jazz Band. On the Medallion label the name Willie Brown and his Sizzling Syncopators was used.

Noble Sissle and his Sizzling Syncopators
Noble Sissle and his Sizzling Syncopators – 1921 – Left to Right: Herbert Wright?, Noble Sissle, Frank DeBroite?, Nelson Kincaid, Frank Withers?, Eubie Blake, Edgar Campbell.

ddd discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Again 5-5-1928 London, England Parlophone
Baltimore Buzz
(from “Shuffle Along”)

(Noble Sissle / Eubie Blake)
5-1921 New York, New York Emerson
10385
Regal 9101
Boll Weevil Blues
(Cliff Hess)
3-2-1921 New York, New York Emerson
10357
Regal 945
Columbo 5-5-1928 London, England Parlophone
R 259
Confessin’ (That I Love You)
(Dougherty / Reynolds / Neiburg)
12-11-1930 London, England Columbia
CB-193
Daughter Of The Latin Quarter
(Alexandre)
12-11-1930 London, England Columbia
CB-192
In Honey Suckle Time (When Emaline Said She’ll Be Mine)
(from “Shuffle Along”)

(Noble Sissle / Eubie Blake)
5-1921 New York, New York Emerson
10385
Regal
9101
I’ve Got The Blues But I’m Just Too Mean To Cry 7-27-1921 New York, New York Emerson
10443
Just Give The Southland To Me 5-5-1928 London, England Parlophone
R 125
Parlophone
A-2668
Long Gone 4-1921 New York, New York Emerson
10365
Love Will Find A Way
(Noble Sissle / Eubie Blake)
6-1921 New York, New York Emerson
10336
Regal
9137
Loveless Love
(W.C. Handy)
3-2-1921 New York, New York Emerson
10357
Regal
946
Love Lies 5-5-1928 London, England Parlophone
R 126
Low Down Blues
(Noble Sissle / Eubie Blake)
4-1921 New York, New York Emerson
10365
Regal
946
My Mammy’s Tears
(Coslow / Ringle / Schaffer)
4-1921 New York, New York Emerson
10397
Oriental Blues
(Miller / Lyle)
6-1921 New York, New York Emerson
10336
Royal Garden Blues
(Spencer Williams / Clarence Williams)
2-1921 New York, New York Emerson
10397
Regal
946
Medallion
8266
Sunny Skies 5-5-1928 London, England Parlophone
R 125
Shout Hallelujah! Cause I’m Home
(Harold Dixon)
5-5-1928 London, England Parlophone
R 259
Sunny Sunflower Land
(Noble Sissle)
12-11-1930 London, England Columbia
CB-192
You Can’t Go To Heaven That Way
(Caesar / Simons)
12-11-1930 London, England Columbia
CB-193

Noble Sissle and his Sizzling Syncopators

Artist Instrument
Eubie Blake Piano
Arthur Briggs Trumpet
Billy Burns Trombone
Edgar Campbell Clarinet
Jack Carter Drums
Edward Coles Brass Bass
Frank De Braithe Trumpet
Ralph Duquesne Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Frank Ethridge Banjo
Frank Goudie Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Rudy Jackson Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Nelson Kincade Alto Saxophone
Tommy Ladnier Trumpet
Barry Mills Piano
Lloyd Pinckney Piano
Harry Ravel Piano
Noble Sissle Singer, Leader
Ramon Usera Tenor Saxophone
Frank Withers Trombone
Steve Wright Drums
unknown Female Vocals

 

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